The first Friday of December 2022 (today, if you’re reading this on Friday, 2 December 2022) witnesses the return of this pro-indie music observance, a day on which Bandcamp waives its usual 15% commission on sales.
In other words, when you buy my music, almost 100% of it goes to me, instead of almost 85%.
While I haven’t released any new music lately, I managed to release two short collections of music in April—Péchés d’âge moyen II: One Week in March and The Lo-Fi Hymnal II. All of my releases are just a buck each, though you’re welcome to pay more if you’d like to help out yours portly.
Currently, my entire discography of ten releases is $6.50, a savings of 35%, which is not bad for ten releases. That’s $0.65 per release—not too shabby! To purchase the full discography, click on any release, and you’ll see the option to purchase all of them.
I’m also selling all of my paintings for $10, with free shipping in the United States, regardless of how many you purchase. They’re one of kind, so once a painting is purchased, it’s gone.
Finally, my book The One-Minute Mysteries of Inspector Gerard: The Ultimate Flatfoot is $10 in paperback, and just $5 on Kindle.
And the paperback version is the perfect gift! Why give someone a boring, predictable gift, when you can give them a collection of unsolvable, absurdist noir detective stories to read around the yule log? Enjoy egg nog-enriched guffaws as your friends read mystifying tales of hyper-sleuthing.
Give the Gift of Weird this Christmas!
Well, that’s it for this month’s sales pitch. There’s been a lot of them lately. Thanks again for your support!